Jay Briscoe Cause Of Death & Last Intense Video Footage

Jay Briscoe has died at the age of 38. Tuesday evening was a sad one as another great athlete and entertainment passed away.

Jay was a professional wrestler known for his time in the Ring of Honor promotion where he won multiple championships.

That’s 15 championships to be exact: one ROH World Championship, one ROH Six-Man World Tag Team Championship, and was currently the reining ROH World Tag-Team Champion, winning a consecutive 13 years in a row with his brother, Mark.

“New hat,” read the caption of the post, featuring Jay donning a hat with “13 X” in a bold font.

Mark Briscoe, real name Mark Pugh, is seen eating cookies beside him.

Hours later, Ring of Honor owner Tony Khan shared that Jay had passed away at the age of 38.

“Sadly, Jamin Pugh has passed away. Known to fans as Jay Briscoe, he was a star in ROH for over 20 years, from the first show until today,” wrote Khan.

Jay Briscoe Last Intense Video Footage

According to Khan, the Briscoe brothers “dominated ROH, reigning as champions to this day.”

“We’ll do whatever we can to support his family. Rest In Peace Jamin.”

According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter’s, Dave Meltzer, Jay reportedly died in a car accident in Laurel, Delaware on Tuesday, January 17.

Jay Briscoe Cause Of Death

The cause of his death as yet to be confirmed. But the police working on it. When we will get the news we will update it soon.

The wrestling community has shared tributes celebrating Jay’s life from several promotions.

All Elite Wrestling backstage interviewer, Renee Paquette wrote: “Devastating news. My heart breaks for Jay Briscoe’s family.”

“RIP to the homie Jay Briscoe,” wrote Jimmy and Jey Uso, a fellow tag team consisting of two brothers and the current Undisputed WWE Tag Team Champions.

“Condolences to the [sic] your family. Rest in paradise uso.”

Impact Wrestling star Josh Alexander added: “One of the nicest, funniest, genuine and talented men I’ve ever met. All we ever talked about was our families. RIP Jay Briscoe.”

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